London, United Kingdom
Artist Samin Ahmadzadeh is an Iran born artist based in London.
Predominantly, her background in street photography is combined with the passion of expressing her personal views on sociological and cultural matters of her country Iran.
Her practice continues to evolve with a specific focus, importantly, on archival collections of her family’s cultural history. Subsequently, with photography as the starting point for her work, Samin is currently developing her practice through further processes into collage, installation and printmaking.
Key factsView CV
- MA Photography Central Saint Martins – University of the Arts, London (2013)
- Shortlisted ‘Best Original Still Award’ for Guardian Witness Awards, London (2014)
- Exhibited in solo and group shows including ‘Gather’ – Argentea Gallery, Birmingham, UK (2019), ‘FFound Exhibition’ – Woolff Gallery, London, UK (2019), ‘Unseen Amsterdam’ – Represented by Argentea Gallery, Netherlands (2018), Solo show at Argentea Gallery, Birmingham, UK (2017), ‘Punch’, Espacio Gallery (London 2015); ‘In Between’, Saatchi Gallery (London, 2015); ‘Pop-Up Exhibition’, Asia House (London, 2015); ‘Metaphonica’, Central Saint Martins (London, 2015); ‘Source Spotlight Display: Text, narrative, image’, Tate Britain (London, 2014); ‘Saatchi Screen’, Saatchi Gallery (London, 2013); ‘Iran: your stories’, Guardian Witness (London, 2013)
This artist currently does not showcase any artwork of this medium on Unframe.